A Primatologist's Opinion on Reported Sasquatch Behavior
|Painting on bottom is by Thomas Finley|
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A very interesting realization that researchers of wood ape (Sasquatch) reports have come to is that many reports indicate behaviors that are extremely similar to behaviors of the known great apes. Some of the reported behaviors, such as rock throwing, have been reported in wood apes earlier than it was known that other great apes displayed such behaviors! I think that the insight that we can receive from known great ape behavior could be very helpful in being able to track and classify these animals, as well as allowing us to debunk arguments against the existence of these animals.
As I have interviewed and consulted primatologist Michael Reid for this blog before, I thought it would be great to interview him about what wood ape behavior would likely be like in relation to known great ape behavior. Please note that by partaking in this article, Michael Reid is not necessarily exhibiting support for the existence of the reported Wood Ape species. I would like to thank Mr. Reid for taking part in this interview, and I hope that you enjoy it.
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